Egg - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- oval reproductive body of a fowl (especially a hen) used as food (syn: eggs)
- one of the two male reproductive glands that produce spermatozoa and secrete androgens (syn: ball, ballock, bollock, nut, orchis, testicle, testis)
- coat with beaten egg
The egg will hatch about 10 days after it is laid.
I bought a carton of eggs.
a batter made from flour and egg
The egg is fertilized by the sperm.
Their suspicions egged them to cruelty.
Blackbirds lay their eggs in March.
The eggs hatch (=break open to allow the baby out) in 26 days.
Joe always has bacon and egg for breakfast.
Whisk the egg white (=the white part) until stiff.
Beat in two of the egg yolks (=the yellow part).
present participle: egging
past tense: egged
past participle: egged